Lake Placid is located in New York, Essex County in North Elba. It can be accessed through a couple of airports and roads. Although it is not connected to any highway intersection, one can reach the village from New York state route 73, the Interstate 87 which is from the East, New York state route 86, County roads 21, 31 and 35 and the New York state route 9N. Someone can also be served by Lake Placid airport which is just 2 miles to the south of the village, through Adirondack airport that is 16 miles in Saranac, the airports in Plattsburgh, Burlington International Airport, and Albany International Airport.
It is surrounded by mountain rocks, very good for hikes and nature walks, quant villages full of people; enthusiastic and friendly people with very rich cultural heritage. The locals give one of the best getaway experiences in any resort giving the surrounding a general feel of being home away from home.
It a place packed with fun of all sorts and people can enjoy a beer at the local bar as they anticipate a mind blowing encounter. The hardest thing to do is deciding whether to spend the weekend or the whole week at Lake Placid. This has been experienced by many tourists who travel there every year. Other high peak regions also attract many people here. As a matter of fact, in the past, people used to come to Saranac Lake just nearby because of the great mountain air that can treat tuberculosis.
The all season resort is open throughout the year with fun, wonderful experiences and memories all through the four seasons. There are winter games, summer sports, and many trademark activities in the spring. When it comes to where to spend the night in Lake Placid, there is a variety of options to choose from. These choices range from a cozy B&B, a state of the art upscale green hotel, exclusive camping cabins, and the much envied private rental houses.